Alliant Health Solutions (AHS), a division of Alliant Health Group, works with federal and state programs in 16 states. By providing these entities with the services, expertise and information systems necessary to increase the effectiveness, accessibility and value of health care, Alliant works to make healthcare better while being led by clinicians, driven by technology and guided by policy. 

For the past 50 years, Alliant has been engaged by state Medicaid agencies to provide quality management and medical review services. Established in 1970 as the Georgia Medical Care Foundation (GMCF), the company began performing insurance review claims and became a Professional Services Review Organization (PSRO) in 1978. The company became a Peer Review Organization (PRO) and Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) in 1984.

AHS is a Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor (NQIIC) under contract with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for quality improvement services which includes Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) and Hospital Quality Improvement Contractor (HQIC) work.

Alliant Quality contract work supports quality improvement efforts to maximize impacts for QIN-QIO work, End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Networks, hospital-focused large scale improvements, clinician-focused technical assistance, and other quality improvement work. Alliant Quality is the quality improvement services group conducting the work.